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Lawrence & Thompson's
Grundy County Directory
1877-1878

A-K ** L-M


Population: 16,725

Aux Sauble Township * Braceville Township * Erienna Township * Felix Township * Gardner * Goodfarm Township * Greenfield Township * Highland Township * Mazon Township * Minooka * Nettle Creek Township * Norman Township * Saratoga Township * Vienna Township * Wauponsee Township

Morris Business Directory

Abbreviations Used in this Directory:
ab. above
agt. agent
av avenue
add. addition
advt. advertisement
bt. between
bds. boards
bldg. building
blk. block
C. Chicago
com. mer. commission merchant
co. county
cor. corner
e. east
e. s. east side
ins. insurance
lab. laborer
mfr. manufacturer
n. north
n. e. northeast
nr. near
n. w. northwest
opp. opposite
pres. president
p.o. post office
P. Pekin or Pacific
res. residence
Rev. Reverend
r.r. railroad
R. I. Rock Island
s. south
st. street
s.e. southeast
s.w. southwest
s.s. south side
s.s.f.co. Sherwood School furniture company
sec. section and secretary
supt. superintendent
tp. township
treas. treasurer
w. west
w.s. west side
wks. works
wid. widow

Morris
Population: 5,262
For documentation purposes, the page number is noted.


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ABBOTT Ambrose, telegraph operator, bds. Benj. Abbott's e. Main.

ABBOTT Benjamin, harnessmkr., Wash., 3 e. of Fulton, res. E. Main.

ABBOTT John, groceries and liquors, Canal, 2 e. of Fulton. res. same.

ABBOT Joseph, clerk, bds. Canal, 1 e. of Fulton.

ACTON Geo. A., pork packer, res. n. e. cor. Division and railroad.

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ADAMS O. P., house, sign and carriage painter, graining, glazing, calcimining and paper hanging, res. cor. Liberty and Chapin. (See advt.)

ADAMS Walter, restaurant and saloon, Liberty, s. of Jefferson, res. same.

ADAM ST., from Wauponsee and railroad track west to Nettle.

AHERN Mrs. Elizabeth, res. Canal.

AHERN Matt, saloon, Canal st. nr. Fulton.

ALBERT A. & BROTHER, Orchestral Hall, the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars always on hand; good music to wear away the time; s. Washington nr. Liberty.

ALBERT ADAM, (A. Albert & Bro.) res. over saloon.

ALBERT ANDREW, (A. Albert & Bro.) res. over saloon.

ALFORD Mrs. Julia, (wid.) res. s. w. cor. Main and Fulton.

ALLEN Daniel, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

ALLEN WILLIAM (Robinson & Allen), bds. Carson House.

ALLEN William, stock dealer, res. s. e. cor. Division and railroad.

ALLEN David, coal miner, res. cor. Lisbon.

ALLING REV. J. H., Pastor M. E. Church, res. parsonage, n. e. cor. Wauponsee and Jackson.

ALSDURF J. H., Morris Pump Factory, bds. N. Morris.

ANDERSON Charles, gunsmith, bds. Clifton House.

ANDERSON Andrew, farmer, res. 4 e. of cemetery.

ANDERTON JOHN (McEwen & Co), res. Liberty st., 3 n. of Buchanan.

ANGUS B. F., Clerk Rock Island House, bds. same.

ANGUS J. A., bricklayer, bds. Rock Island House.

ANSON A., works s. s. f. co., res. s. w. cor. Washington and Nettle.

ANTIS & MEDELL, proprietors of the City Mills, cor. Cedar and Canal. (See advt.)

ANTIS DR. JOHN, Mayor (Antis & Medell). office and res. E. Wash.

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ARMBRUSTER Vincent, cooper, res. n. s. Jackson, bt. Pine and Price.

ARMSTRONG HON. P. A., attorney at law, office W. Washington, up stairs, res. s. e. cor. Liberty and North.

ARMSTRONG Joseph, drayman, res. e. s. Division, 3 s. of railroad.

ARMSTRONG STREET, from Division east to city limits.

ARNOLD F., saloon, Canal, res. same.

ASKE A. A., hostler, H. Burrell & Co., res. same.

ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TELEGRAPH, office Goold's blk., Liberty.

ATWATER Mrs. A., (wid.) res. 8 e. Jackson, cor. Franklin.

AUSTIN I., bds. Ed Haine's, Liberty.

AUSTIN Miss Sarah, milliner and dressmaker, 30 w. Washington st., bds. same.

AVERY S. P., attorney, office Goold's blk., bds. Hopkins House.

BAILEY F. P., stenographer, (E. Sanford), bds. Hopkins House.

BAIRD Alexander, coal miner, res. e. railroad, nr. city limits.

BAIRD David, blacksmith, bds. 47 e. Main.

BAIRD William, coal miner, res. e. railroad nr. city limits.

BAKER I. W., carpenter, res. Fulton, 1 s. Ross House.

BAKER OTIS, city dairy, res. n. Liberty, nr. city limits.

BAKER T. L., bakery, Liberty, opp. court house, res. same.

Baptist Church, cor. Jackson and Division.

BARBER A. G., res. n. s. Main, 2 w. of Spruce.

BARLOW A. R., editor and proprietor Morris Reformer, res. n. e. cor. Jefferson and Calhoun. (See advt.)

BARNEY Daniel, moulder, s. s. f. co., bds. s. w. cor. Washington and Calhoun.

BARRETT J. F., carpenter, res. w. s. West ave., bt. Fremont ave. and R.R.

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BARROWS Mrs. Annie (wid.), res. 30 e. Washington.

BARR JOHN & CO., grain merchants, cor. Canal and Liberty.

BARR WM., (John Barr & Co.) bds. John Barr's, Vine.

BARR JOHN, county treasurer, and of the firm of John Barr & Co., res. cor. Vine st. and railroad.

BARSTOW Mrs. J. R. (wid.), res. with S. E. Massey, Fremont ave.

BARTLETT A. L., clerk, (Frank E. Bartlett), bds. with Frank E. Bartlett.

BARTLETT C. M., architect, carpenter and builder, res. 38 e. Main, cor. Pine.

BARTLETT Nathaniel, engineer, res. Benton, 2 e. of Liberty.

BARTLETT, J. M., res. n. w. cor Liberty and North.

BARTLETT, G. W., gas fitter, res. e. Benton.

BARTLETT FRANK E., proprietor California Fruit Store. A full stock of groceries and provisions constantly on hand; fruits and vegetables of all kinds in their season. Store w. Washington, res. over store.

BARTLETT Mrs. E. L., millinery and fancy goods, 30 w. Washington, res. same.

BARTLETT E. L., music store, 30 w Washington, res same.

BARRY Mrs. Margaret (wid.), res. with Dennis Barry, e. Grant.

BARRY Edward, lab., res. Canal reservation, nr. city limits (west).

BARRY Dennis, lab., res. Grant, 3 n. of Lincoln.

BAUMANN ANDREW, lager beer brewer; brewer of the best beer in Morris and vicinity. Established sixteen years, and well known throughout this part of the State: beer delivered to any part of the city. When you want a good drink of beer give him a call. Fremont ave., bt. Vine and Oak.

BAUMANN CASPER. C., beer deliverer, Baumann's brewery, bds. same.

BAUM J. G. (Baum & Bro.), res. 13 E. Main.

BAUM Henry (Baum & Bro.), res. 26 E. Washington.

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BAUMANN JOHN B., brewer, Baumann's brewery, Fremont ave.

BAUM & Brother, saloon and billiard hall, s. s. Washington, bt. Liberty and Wauponsee.

BAUM & SCHOBERT, dealers in dry goods, &c., 1 Goold's block, Liberty.

BAUM HENRY, jr. (Baum & Schobert), res. n. w. cor. Main and Division.

BEACH L. F., dry goods and groceries, 30 and 32 Liberty; res. n. s. North, head of Franklin.

BEACH A. W., clerk, bds. C. S. Beach's, Main.

BEACH C. S., dry goods merchant, res. Main, 2 w. of Franklin.

BEAN I. W., drugs, cor. Liberty and Main, res. s. w. cor. Fulton and North.

BEARD C. S., bus driver A. V. Crissler, res. n. e. cor. Wauponsee and Chapin.

BEARD Mrs. Catharine (wid.), res. n. e. cor. Wauponsee and Chapin.

BEASLEY William, coal miner, res. railroad east, nr. city limits.

BEATTIE A. A., teacher Morris Classical Institute, bds. Cottage Hotel.

BECKER Mrs. Catharine, res. with J. S. Fessler, n. w. cor. Main and Pine.

BECK Mrs·F., boarding house, Washington, w. Morris Brewery.

BECK John, lab., bds. with Jacob Girch, cor. Jackson and Oak.

BELL J. P. D., miller, res. n. e. cor. Canal and Pine.

BELL Alexander, coal miner, res·Edward's, nr·city limits.

BELL J. J., bds. cor. Canal and Pine.

BENEDICT E. Y., tinner, res. n. s. Jackson, bt. Division and Pine.

BENEDICT W. B., clerk, bds. E. Y. Benedict's, E. Jackson.

BENER Anton, shoemaker, bds. Washington House.

BENJAMIN Mrs. Jennie (wid.), bds. with L. Strasburger.

BENTON STREET, from Fulton east to city limits.

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BERGIN Martin, coal miner, res. n. w. cor. Wauponsee and North.

BERLET Edward, tanner, res. 1 w. Sparr & \Voelfel's tannery.

BIGELOW J. H., architect, s. e. cor. Main and Division.

BIGNAIL G. B., lab., res. ending of Calhoun and North.

BLACK James, lab., res. s. s. Jackson, bt. Price and Spruce.

BLAIR N. (col.), farmer, res. was. s. Wauponsee, bt. Pleasant and High.

BLANCHARD J. B., photographer, gallery e. s. Liberty, bet. Jefferson and Jackson; res. same.

BLANDING Jefferson, shoemaker, res. 14 E. Washington.

BLY B. F., salesman, res. E. Jackson.

BLISS F. T., Ass't Cashier Grundy County National Bank, res. cor. Jefferson and Calhoun.

BLISS Freeman, brickmaker, res. s. w. cor. Lincoln and Kiersted.

BLISS S. C., harnessmaker, res. n. w. cor. Jefferson and Calhoun.

BLISS S., harnessmaker Woelfel & Sparr.

BOGART ABRAHAM, city police, res. n. e. cor. Washington.

BOLDEN John (col'd), lab., res. e. s. Canal, head of Washington.

BONER John, miner H. Burrell & Co.

BOSSWINKLE William, hostler, bds. cor. Liberty and Jefferson.

BOYER & McGOVNEY, contractors and builders, shop in Ross House.

BOYER A. J. (Boyer & McGovney), bds. Rock Island House.

BOYLE Joseph, lab., res. s. s. Jackson, 2 e. of Price.

BRAUGHAM James, coal miner, res. s. w. cor. Jackson and Calhoun.

BRAYMAN William, lab., res. n. e. cor. Division and Chapin.

BRIGHT John, res. s. s. Jackson, bt. Pine and Price.

BRIGHT Herman, lab., bds. John Bright's, E. Jackson.

BRODRICK Lawrence, track repairer, bds. Mrs. Kate Brodrick's, Division.

BRODRICK Mrs. Kate (wid.), res. w. s. Division, bt. Buchanan and High.

BROOKS Mrs. Mary (wid.), res. with Arthur Keating, E. North.

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BROUGHCLIFF John, miner H. Burrell & Co.

BRONSON G. G., lab., res. n. s. Jackson, 1 w. of Vine.

BROSS Moses, res. s. w. cor. Calhoun and Jackson.

BROSS Miss Jennie, teacher in high school, (room No. 1), res. s. w. cor. Jackson and Calhoun.

BROWN JOHN, druggist, 22 Liberty, also proprietor HOPKINS HOUSE, res. same. (See advt.)

BROWN J. T., clerk, (John Brown's), bds. HOPKINS HOUSE.

BROWN JOSEPH H., clerk HOPKINS HOUSE, bds. same.

BROWN Geo. F., grain and commission, (Chicago, Ill.), res. s. w. cor. Chapin and Division.

BROWN J. M., carpenter, res. w. s. Liberty, 2 n. of Chapin.

BROWN Mrs. Kate, milliner, bds. with B. F. Hall, w. Jefferson.

BROWN James McW., baker, (Mrs. Burden's), res. same.

BROWN Wm. H., blacksmith, res. w. s. Liberty, 2 n. of Chapin.

BROWN Adam, track repairer, res, n. w. cor. Liberty and R. I. R. R.

BROWN August, track repairer, bds. Adam Brown's, Liberty.

BROWN David, wks. s. s. f co., res. 2 w. Sparr & Woelful's tannery.

BUCHANAN STREET, from Liberty east to Division.

BUCK John, proprietor Buck's coal mine, Fulton, 5th ward, res. same.

BUDD I. W., loan agent, bds. Rock Island House.

BULKLEY A. W., teacher Morris Classical Institute, bds. Cottage Hotel.

BULKLEY Mrs. A. P., res. s. e. cor. Main and Calhoun.

BURDEN Mrs. H., bakery and confectionery, Liberty, 3 s. of Jackson, res. same.

BURRELL H. (H. Burrell & Co.), res. east Morris.

BURRELL Archibald, book-keeper H. Burrell & Co., res. east Morris.

BURRELL H. & CO., miners and shippers of coal, and also dealers in dry goods, groceries, &c., office and store, Liberty.

BURRELL ALEXANDER, (H. Burrell & Co.) res. Morris.

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BURGMAIER August, saloon, n. w. cor. Liberty and Main, res. cor. Jackson and Wall.

BURKE Philip, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

BURDETT E., currier Woelfel & Sparr, res. Morris.

BURNMEISTER JOSEPH, (Woolsey, Burnmeister & Co.), res. s. w. cor. North and Division.

BURNS Mrs. Margaret (wid.), res. s. w. cur. North and Price.

BURNS Peter, coal miner, res. cor. Lincoln and Grant.

BURNS John, coal miner, res. n. w. cor. Lincoln and Butler.

BURNS Peter, lab., H. Burrell & Co.

BURT James, miner H. Burrell & Co.

BUSHALL Mrs. Ellen (wid.), res. with Dr. A. F. Hand, n. w. cor. Main and Franklin.

BUSHNELL Alexander, res. Division extended.

BUSSEY F., carriage painter, bds. Foster's restaurant.

BUSH V. J., school teacher, bds. cor. Lisbon and High.

BUSH, Geo. H., wagonmaker, res. n. e. cor. Lisbon and High.

BUSH James H., canal boatman, res. n. w. cor. North and Kiersted.

BUTLER J. P. M., dealer in watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, spectacles, pocket cuttlery and musical instruments; a full stock in his line: 22 w. Washington: res. cor. Main and Calhoun. (See advt.)

BUTLER STREET, from railroad north to Fourth Ward reserve.

BUTTERWORTH William, res. w. s. Liberty.

BUTT Benjamin, engineer s. s. f co., res. 4 Hogue.

CALHOUN STREET, from Canal bank north to railroad.

CALIFORNIA FRUIT STORE, Frank E. Bartlett, proprietor.

CALKINS Edward, clerk, bds. C. S. Beach's, Main.

CAMERON John, engineer, H. Burrell & Co.

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CAMPBELL G. H., restaurant and confectionery, Washington, bt. Wauponsee and Fulton; res. same.

CAMPBELL Harry J., res. with Mrs. G. W. Campbell, Wauponsee.

CAMPBELL William, hostler, bds. Carson House.

CAMPBELL Mrs. G. W. (wid.), res. w. s. Wauponsee, bt. Pleasant and High.

CAMPBELL James, miner H. Burrell & Co.

CAMPBELL John, miner H. Burrell & Co.

CANADAY James, lab., res. n. w. cor. Liberty and Jackson.

CANADAY J. D., res. w. Jackson, bt. Liberty and Wauponsee.

CANAL STREET, east from Liberty to city limits, and west from Liberty to city limits.

CANTWELL Edward, painter, bds. Thomas Cantwell's, cor. Jackson and Price.

CANTWELL Thomas, plasterer and mason, res. n. w. cor. Jackson and Price.

CARBERRY Mrs. Mary (wid.) res. n. e. cor. Pine and Douglass.

CARD C. W., deputy sheriff and constable, and collector of claims of all kinds; office Goold's blk., res. Kiersted, 2 n. of Lincoln.

CARLIN John, tanner, bds. Washington House.

CARLSON Mrs. P. C. (wid.), dressmaker, res. Division, 2 s. of Martin's brickyard.

CARLSON John A., painter, res. Division, 2 s. of Martin's brickyard.

CARNEY Mrs. Bridget (wid.), res. w. s. West ave., 2 s. of railroad.

CARROLL Thomas, res. n. w. cor. Washington and Price.

CARROLL Michael, lab., res. e. s. Pine, bt. Jefferson and Jackson.

CARROLL Owen, carpenter, res. n. s. Main bt. Spruce and East.

CARR J. C., Cashier Grundy Co. Nat'l Bank, res. cor. Jackson and Fulton.

CARR William C., engineer, res. w. s. Liberty, 3 s. of High.

CARSON THOS., Proprietor Carson House, nr. depot; res. same.

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CARVER Dock (col'd), lab., res. canal bank, head of Washington.

CARY W. T., going to move to Jackson street.

CASPARI F. (Zens & Caspari), res. 41 e. Main.

CASTEEL Isaac, tanner, res. Grant, 3 n. of Lincoln.

CASS Mrs. Bridget (wid.), res. n. e. cor. Chapin and Kiersted.

CEDAR STREET, canal bank n. to Washington.

CHAMBERLAIN Mrs. Eliza R. (wid.), res. with J. W. Lawrence, res. 7 e. Washington.

CHAPIN PARK, a beautiful natural grove, bounded on the north by Benton, on the east by Wauponsee, on the south by Chapin, and on the west by Fulton.

CHAPIN STREET, from Calhoun east to Pine.

CHATTERTON Samuel F., farmer, res. w. s. Liberty, nr. city limits.

CHAVIS Charles, lab., res. cor. e. Jefferson and Canal.

CHICAGO, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, connecting branch of Union and Central Pacific Railroad with Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and trunk lines east and west, from Chicago to Omaha.

CHRISTIANSON A., carpenter, res. Pine, 2 n. of North.

CHRISTENSEN Andrew, shoemaker, res. 18 e. Main.

CITY MILLS, cor. Cedar and canal, Anstis & Medell, proprietors.

CITY HALL, Wauponsee, bt. Washington and Main.

CLARK Cyrus W., agricultural warehouse Minooka, Ill., res. 26 e. North, bt. Division and Kiersted.

CLARK Mrs. M., res. s. w. cor. North and Spruce.

CLARK William, tanner, res. Nettle Creek, nr. city limits.

CLARK William T., harnessmaker, res. s. e. cor. North and Kiersted.

CLARK Charles, farmer, bds. with A. Webert, Fremont.

CLAYPOOL L. W., retired farmer, res. n. w. cor. Main & Calhoun.

CLAYTON James, foreman H. Burrell & Co., res. n. of city.

CLEAR Patrick, lab., res. s. s. Benton, bt. Pine and Kiersted.

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CLEMENTS P. P., mason, res. Grant, 2 n. of Lincoln.

CLEMENTS Philip, miner H. Burrell & Co.

CLEVELAND H. A., U. S. Express ag't, res. n. w. cor. Wash. & Nettle.

CLIFTON HOUSE, John B. Kaye, proprietor, cor. Washington and Franklin.

COCKERAN Edgar L., carpenter, bds. William Cockeran's.

COCKERAN William, gardener, res. Griggs, nr. ice house.

COCKERAN Samuel, gardener, res. Griggs.

CODY WILLIAM R., dealer in elegant cottage furniture, picture frames, etc., w. s. Liberty, bt. Jefferson and Jackson; res. s. w. cor. Division and High. (See advt.)

CODY Mrs. Mary (wid.), res. e. s. Liberty, bt. Buchan m and High.

COGGER W. B., supt. s. s. f. co., res. s. e. cor. Jefferson and Nettle.

COGLAN Thomas, harnessmaker, res. s. s. Jackson, 1 e. of Division.

COGHLAN William G., harnessmkr, res. s. s. Jackson, 1 e. of Division.

COGLIN Thomas, harnessmaker Woelfel & Sparr.

COGLIN William, harnessmaker Woefel & Sparr.

COLBY E., bds. William Jewell's, e. Canal.

COLEMAN J. G., secretary s. s. f. co., res. Chicago, Ills.

COLEMAN Richard, clothes finisher, res. s. e. cor. North and Price.

COLE Mrs. Lucie (wid.), res. with J. S. Scoville, cor. Liberty & High.

COLLARD H., carpenter, bds. with H. Cooper, Jackson, bt. Wauponsee and Fulton.

COLLINS P. D., clerk, bds. Mrs. M. Pratt's, Liberty, 1 n. of depot.

COMBS J. R., circuit clerk, res. s. s. Jefferson, 1 n. of West ave.

COMERFORD CHARLES, dry goods, notions, clothing, hats, caps, boots and shoes, 20 Liberty; res. e. Washington.

COMPTON L., boatman, bds. n. e. cor. Washington and Fulton.

CONDEN C., bricklayer, res. with Robert Maxwell.

CONLAN Mrs. Margaret, res. e. s. Wauponsee n. of railroad.

CONLAN William, farmer, bds. Mrs. Margaret Collan's, Wauponsee.

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CONLEY Patrick, lab., res. s. s. Jefferson, bt. Price and Spruce.

CONLONG David, engineer McEwen's elevator, res. 14 e. Jefferson.

CONNOR Thos. R., butcher, res. w. s. Division, bt. Buchanan and High.

CONNOR John, cabinetmaker, res. n. e. cor. Benton and Spruce.

CONROY John, blacksmith H. Burrell & Co.

COOK Mrs. Mary (wid.), res. s. s. Main, 2 w of Wauponsee.

COOK John, farmer, bds. Mrs. Mary Cook's, w. Main.

COOK James R., lab., bds. Mrs. Mary Cook's, w. Main.

COOPER Henry, carriage trimmer, res. n. s. Jackson, 2 w. of Wauponsee.

CORLSON S. P., mason, res. e. s. Liberty, bt. Buchanan and High.

COSTELLO Mrs. Julia (wid.) res. with C. Tyrrell, Pine.

COTTAGE HOTEL, cot. Main and Fulton, S. J. Nichols, propr.

COTTEL DR. WILLIS I., physician and surgeon, office over First National Bank; bds. Hopkins House.

COULTHURST C. W., farmer, res. cor. n. Division and city limits.

COUILLARD H., carpenter, bds. Campbell's restaurant.

COUNTY CORONER, Dr. E. Ridgway, office n. w. cor. Jefferson and Franklin.

COWAN W. B., carpenter, res. w. s. Liberty, 6 n. of railroad.

CRAIG David, farmer, res. s. w. cor. Jefferson and Fulton.

CRANDALL Mrs. K. L., res. Canal, bt. Pine and Price.

CRAWFORD J. H., photographer, gallery over 20 w. Washington; res. 8 e. Jefferson.

CRAWFORD A. W., printer Herald office, res. 8 n. Jefferson, cor. Franklin.

CRAWFORD W. H., artist, with Jas. H. Crawford, res. 8 Jefferson, cor. Franklin.

CRISLER A. V., livery, sale and feed stable, cor. Libertv and Jefferson: res. West ave.

CRISLER I. T., bds. B. A. Crisler's, West ave.

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CRISLER B. A., farmer, res. e. s. West ave., 2 s. of railroad.

CRISTESON A., cabinetmaker, bds. s. w. cor. Washington and Calhoun.

CRONIN Thomas M., tinner, res. s. w. cor. Chapin and Pine.

CROSSEN Henry, drayman, res. n. w. cor. Wauponsee and Adams.

CRUICKSHANKS Alexander, miner H. Burrell & Co.

CRUMB Mrs. P. (wid.), res. with Samuel W. Ryan, e. Jefferson.

CRYER William, coal miner, res. e. s. Division, 3 n. of Lincoln.

CRYER John, coal miner, res. n. w. cor. Lincoln and Kiersted.

CUMMINS William, miner A. W. Teller, res. same.

CUMMINS James, miner C. Condon's, res. same.

CUNNEA John, cashier First National Bank, res. e. Main.

CUNNEA James, sr., President First National Bank, res. s. e. cor. Fulton and Pleasant.

CUNNEA James, jr., res. s. w. cor. Washington and Spruce.

CUNNEA G. A., bds. with James Cunnea, sr., cor. Fulton and Pleasant.

CURL L., Crisler's livery, res. s. s. Chapin, bt. Liberty and Division.

CURRAN William, boatman, res. Washington, 2 w. of Calhoun.

CURREN Steven, moulder s. s. f. co., bds. s. e. cor. Wauponsee & Main.

CURRY John, shoemaker, res. s. s. Washington, bt. Pine and Price.

CURRY Thomas H., works s. s. f. co., bds. John Curry's, e. Wash.

CURRY James E., printer Reformer office, bds. John Curry's, e. Wash.

CUSHMAN Miss Sallie, servant J. A. Wooli's 10 n. Jefferson.

CUSTANBANTER Mrs. Susan (wid.), bds. with John Farmer, Liberty.

CUTTING Mrs. E. (wid.), res. with G. C. Ridings, e. Washington.

CUYKENDALL A. D., engineer plow works, res. e. Jeff'n & Canal road.

DAVIDSON Mrs. Harriet (wid.), res. Saratoga tp., e. Burreli's old store.

DAVIDSON John B., insurance, res. s. e. cor. Fulton and North.

DAVIS U. C., (Martin & Davis), res. e. s. Liberty, 2 n. of High.

DAVIS P., farmer, res. n. e. cor. Liberty and High.

DAVIS William, coal miner, res. e. North, 2 n. of railroad.

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DALY WILLIAM L. (Murnan & Daly), bds. with Thos. Murnan, Jackson.

DAVIS Thos. T., galvanized evestroughs and lightning rods, res. n. s. Main, bt Price and Spruce.

DAWSON F. I., bookbinder, picture framer, and circulating library, Liberty, 2 s. of Jefferson, res. 7 e. Jefferson.

DAWSON A., res. 8 e. Jefferson.

DAWSON Emerson, gardener, res. e. Morris, nr. cemetery.

DECKER Wm. H., farmer, res. s. e. cor. Washington and Spruce.

DEDRICK Charles, harness, res. w. s. Liberty, 3 n. of railroad.

DEDRICK Augustus E., telegraph operator, bds. C. Derrick, Liberty.

DELOKERY James, res. s. s. Jefferson, bt. Price and Spruce.

DELOKERY Thomas, bds. James Delokery's, e. Jefferson.

DELOKERY John, coal deliverer, bds. James Delokery's, e. Jefferson.

DEMMER Henry, lab., res. s. e. cor. Benton and Pine.

DePEYSTER J. A., dealer in foreign and domestic marble, etc., shop Main, op. Washington House; res 25 e. Jackson. (See advt.)

DEPOT STREET, from Fulton east by depot to Division.

DEVEROE Patrick, res. n. w. North and Spruce.

DEVLIN Henry, miner H. Burrell & Co.

DEVINE P. saloon, 18 Liberty.

DeWOLFE REV. C. H., pastor Baptist Church, res. s. e. cor. Wauponsee and North.

DICKSON Wm. R., coal miner, res. e. Jefferson, nr. city limits.

DICKSON James P., coal miner, res. e. Jefferson, nr. city limits.

DIETRICH Charles, harness maker, shop Canal, res. 4th ward.

DIMMICK CHARLES (Thorp & Dimmick) bds. Foster's restaurant.

DIVISION STREET, from Washington north to city limits.

DOESERICK John, sewing machine agent, res. e. Morris, 1 e. canal bridge.

DOLAND James, insurance agent, bds. S. e. cor. North and Price.

DONOHOE Miss Mary, dressmaker, bds. 7 e. Jefferson.

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DONOHOE Michael, track repairer, res. s. w. cor. Division and Depot.

DONOHOE John, lab., res. w. s. Wauponsee, 1 n. of railroad.

DONOHOE C., lab, res. s. w. cor. Division and Buchanan.

DORAN James, blacksmith, res. Fulton, bt. Main and Washington.

DOUD A.L., attorney-at-law, office Goold's block, Liberty, res. Buchanan, nr. Liberty.

DOUGHERTY Andrew, porter Hopkins House, res. n. s. e. Main.

DOUGLASS STREET, from Kiersted east to Price.

DOWDLE Mrs. Sarah M., res. s. e. cor. North and East.

DOYLE Pierson, lab, H. Burrell & Co.

DRAKE E., engineer H. Burrell & Co.

DUBOISE Charles, wks. s. s. f. co., bds. Washington House.

DUCKWORTH & SEARS, lumber yard, Canal.

DUCKWORTH John, (Duckworth & Sears), res. West ave.

DUCKWORTH John P., lab, res. e. Canal, nr. city limits.

DUFFEY Edward, miner H. Burrell & Co.

DUFNOR Mrs. Mary, res. with Michael Knott.

DUNCAN John, coal miner, res. Grant, n. of Lincoln.

DUNLAP J. H., carpenter, bds. with Henry Cooper, w. Jackson.

DUNLAP James, carpenter, bds. Campbell's restaurant.

DUNN George, lab., bds. Clifton House.

DUNN Mrs. A., (wid.) res. w. Jefferson, opp. bridge.

DUNN Daniel, wagon maker, res. n. s. Jackson, 3 w. of Fulton.

DURKEE Andrew J., carpenter, res. s. w. cor. Armstrong and Price.

EADE William, miner A. W. Telfer, res. same.

EARNSHAW ONO (Earnshaw & Worthy), res. Armstrong, head of Price.

EARNSHAW & WORTHY, Aux Sauble stone quarries, office Fith ave., foot of Harrison, Chicago, Ills.

EAST STREET, from canal bank north to Armstrong.

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EDWARDS G. W., commercial traveler, res. n. w. High and Edwards head of Wauponsee.

EDWARDS STREET, from High north to city limits.

EDSON Miss Emma, clerk Mrs. Malcombs, bds. s. w. cor. Jackson and Kiersted.

EHRLER Mrs. Annie (wid.), res. n. w. cor. Jefferson and Spruce.

ELERDING C., proprietor Grundy County Mills, res. n. e. cor. Washington and Nettle.

ELERDING Edw., bds. with H. Elerding, w. Washington, 2 w. of Nettle.

ELERDING Henry, res. w. Washington, 2 w. of Nettle.

ELYEA Miss Jennie, bds. Dr. Sturtevant's, I7 e. Washington.

EMBERLAND J. E., res. s. e. cor. North and Spruce.

ENGLISH C. W., carpenter, res. n. e. Jefferson, bt. Division and Pine.

ENGLISH J. H., carpenter, res. 48 e. Washington.

ENSLEY Charles, clerk I. W. Bean's, res. Liberty, nr. Main.

ENSLEY Mrs. F. (wid.), 47 Liberty, up stairs.

ERICKSON Ole, clerk J. W. Tathams, res. s. e. cor. Jefferson and Pine.

EVENS John, blacksmith, res. w. Jefferson, opp. West ave.

EVANS E., coal miner, res. s. e. cor. Lincoln and Grant.

EVERS Mrs. C., dressmaker, res. n. e. cor. Liberty and Main.

EVERS Chris., lab., res. n. e. cor. Liberty and Main.

FALCK Henry, tanner, res Jackson, bt Oak and Hopkins' Court.

FALOR Mrs. Jane, (wid), res n s Jefferson, 3 w of Wauponsee.

FARMER John, hostler, res over Morris meat market.

FELSCH William, boot and shoemaker, Canal, 2 e of Grundy Mills.

FELSCH Fred, bartender, bds William Felsch's.

FELSCH Louis, farmer, bds William Felsch's.

FEREDAY Samuel, coal miner, res 1 Hague.

FERGUSON Chas. D., blacksmith, res n s Jefferson, 2 w of Wauponsee.

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FERRIN Michael, gardener, res s e cor West ave and railroad.

FERRIN Patrick, lab, bds M. Ferrin's, cor West ave and railroad.

FERRY Michael, lab, bds cor Washington and Spruce.

FERRY Mrs. Eliza (wid), res e s n Division, last house.

FESSLER Joseph, saloon, Liberty; res n w cor Main and Pine.

FEY HENRY, alderman, (Jones & Fey), res n e cor North and Division.

FEY George, res w s Liberty, 5 n of railroad.

FIELD Mrs. William B., res 32 e Washington.

FIELD William D., clerk Mallory's grocery, res 32 e Washington.

FIELD Webster B., bds 32 e Washington.

FIFTH WARD PUBLIC SCHOOL, Fremont ave, cor Vine.

FINK Adam, shoemaker, bds Clifton House.

FINN RICHARD, clerk Cottage Hotel, bds same.

FISHER L. A., carpenter, res n w cor Benton and East.

FISHER Solon H., bds n w cor Benton and East.

FISH Ed. H., clerk F. E. Bartlett's, bds with F. E. Bartlett.

FISH Isaac, carpenter, bds Cottage Hotel.

FITZGERALD John, lab, res w s Division, bt Buchanan and High.

FITZGERALD William, lab, res Liberty, cor Waverly.

FITZSIMMONS Mrs. B. (wid), res s e cor North and Price.

FLANAGAN Daniel, shoemaker, res w Washington.

FLANDERS S., carpenter, res s w cor Wauponsee and North.

FLANERY Patrick, lab, res Lincoln, 2 e of Grant.

FLANNAGAN Daniel, bootmaker, res n w cor Washington and Calhoun.

FLAMM Michael, blacksmith, res cor Canal and Calhoun.

FLAMM Jacob, res cor Canal and Calhoun.

FLEMMING Ambrose, painter, res with F. E. Titus, n s Jackson, 2 w of Fulton.

FLETCHER E. B. (Hayes & Fletcher), res e s Division, opp High school.

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FLETCHER R., res with E. B. Fletcher, n s Division, opp high school.

FLOYD William. lab, res s s North, 1 w of Liberty.

FLYNN THOMAS (McNown & Flynn), res Jefferson.

FLYNN Charles, well digger, res e Main, bt Spruce and East.

FOLEY Patrick, harnessmaker, res Washington, opp Ross House.

FOLK Henry, currier Woelfel & Sparr.

FOLTZ Miss J. M., A. & P. tel opr, res s w cor Division & Chapin.

FORD William, lab, res Douglas, nr Price.

FORD William, lab, bds Washington House.

FORD John, lab, res Nettle, 1 n of gas works.

FORD Edward, lab, res s w cor Jefferson and Price.

FOSTER G. W., tonsorial artist, rooms in basement of Hopkin's House; res s w cor Jefferson and Franklin. (See advt.)

FOSTER Prior, Jr., barber G. W. Foster, bds s w cor Jefferson and Franklin.

FOSTER G. M., restaurant and boarding, Washington, 2 e of Fulton.

FOSTER W. T., carpenter, res e Jefferson, cor Canal.

FOSTER Mrs. June (wid.), res s s North, 1 w of Liberty.

FOSTER PRIOR, Sr., furs and hides, bds s w cor Jefferson and Franklin.

FOSTER H., bartender, bds Foster's restaurant.

FOSTER A. J., carpenter, bds cor e Jefferson and Canal.

FOURTH WARD PUBLIC SCHOOL, cor High and Edwards.

FOWLER L. D., salesman, res n w cor Jackson and Price.

FRANKLIN STREET, from canal bank north to North.

FRANK Mrs. Sophia, (wid.), res with I Meyer, n w cor Jefferson and Wauponsee.

FREEMAN Mrs. Harriet, (wid.), res e North, nr Pine.

FREEMAN Seth, res with Mrs. A. M. Wing, cor Fulton and railroad.

FREEMAN William, saloon, res n e cor Liberty and North.

FREEMAN W. W., (Hall & Freeman), res w Washington.

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FREMONT AVENUE, from intersection of Jefferson and West ave west to city limits.

FREY William, harnessmaker, res Griggs, 1 e tannery.

FREY S. C., blacksmith, res Griggs.

FRY Thomas, coal miner, res Lincoln 2 e of Grant.

FULLER Henry, bds s w cor Wauponsee and North.

FULTON STREET, from canal bank n to cor High and Lisbon.

GAITZIL Joseph, lab. Woelful & Sparr's tannery, res Griggs.

GALLAGHER James, lab, res e Main, 3 e of Spruce.

GALLAGHER John lab, bds James Gallagher, e Main.

GALLOWAY John, miner H. Burrell & Co.

GALLOWAY George, bds Carson House.

GALLOWAY James, miner, bds Thomas Murray's.

GALUSHA O. B., nursery, dealer in all kinds of nursery stock, fruit trees, ornamental and shade trees, evergreens, roses, plants and flowers, vegetable plants and small fruits, garden products of all kinds in their seasons. Nursery 3 miles s e of Morris. P. O. address, Morris. (See advt.)

GARRITY Mrs. Mary, (wid.), res Waverly, nr city limits.

GARRITY Timothy, farmer, res Waverly, nr city limits.

GARRITY Thomas, coal miner, res Division, 2 n of Lincoln.

GARRITY, Patrick, farmer, res Waverly, nr city limits.

GARRITY Thomas, coal miner, res Waverly, nr city limits.

GARTH Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, cor Washington and Wauponsee, upstairs.

GATLIN John, blacksmith, res cor Washington and Nettle.

GEBHARD WM., (Morris City Brewery), wks L. Gebhard.

GEBHARD LEWIS, Morris City Brewery and malt house, west end of Washington, res same.

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GEISEN JACOB, dealer in hardware, stoves and iron, agricultural implements, tin, copper and iron ware, Washington, opp court house; res e Washington. (See advt.)

GENOWAYE M. L., carpenter, bds Foster's restaurant.

GEORING Mrs. Catherine, (wid.) res with P. Hart, 48 Liberty.

GERBER Jacob, harnessmaker, bds Washington house.

GERMAIN Charles, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

GIBBONS E., gardener, res Lisbon, head of High and Fulton.

GIFFORD Herman, res n w cor Fulton and Jackson.

GILLETTE George, res s w cor Fulton and Chapin.

GILMAN August, coal miner, res cor Fulton and High.

GLENNAN John, carpenter, res Washington, opp Ross House.

GLENN John, boatman, res s w cor North and East.

GLENN John, mason, bds Carson House.

GLENN F., mason, bds Carson House.

GODFREY John, lab, res Jackson; bt Price and Spruce.

GOETZE H. Sr., manufacturer and dealer in cigars and tobaccos, 8 w. Washington, bds Washington House. (See advt.)

GOETZE H. Jr., cigar maker with H. Goetze, Sr., bds Hopkins House.

GOODE Wm., gardener, res Nettle, nr city limits.

GOODE Mrs. Mary, res Nettle Creek, nr. fair grounds.

GOOLD L. C., bridge keeper Morris bridge, res same.

GOOLD C. H., President GRUNDY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, insurance, real estate, and Morris gas works, res n w cor North and Fulton. (See advt.)

GOOLD H. C., dealer in pure drugs, patent medicines, perfumery, toilet articles, wall paper, Washington, 2 w. of Liberty, res cor Canal and Price. (See advt.)

GORDON J. D., bds with Miles Gordon, Fremont ave.

GORICH John A., mason, bds with J. Gorich, cor Jackson and Oak.

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GORDON MILES, contractor and builder, having built some of the most substantial buildings both here and in Joliet. The best of references given. Res Fremont ave, Morris, Illinois. (See advt.)

GORICH JACOB (Stage & Gorich), res n w cor Jackson and Oak.

GORMLEY Mrs. Mary, res s s Fremont ave, opp Oak.

GORMAN Peter, machinist, bds s e cor Wauponsee and Main.

GORMAN Patrick, lab, res s e cor Kiersted and Douglass.

GORMLEY John, coal mine, res s s Fremont ave, opp Oak.

GORMLEY Michael, coal mine, res s s Fremont ave, opp Oak.

GOUGH John J., cigarmaker, bds Cottage Hotel.

GRANT C., register in bankruptcy 6th district, Ill., res e Washington, 2 e of Price.

GRANT Walter, bds e Washington, 2 e of Price.

GRANT STREET, from railroad north to 4th ward reserve

GRAW John A., cigarmaker, bds Cottage Hotel.

GREIG John, wood turner, bds s w cor Washington and Calhoun.

GREENE Mrs. S. G. (wid.), res e s Division, bt railroad and Lincoln.

GREEN M. N., farmer, bds A. N. Green's, Canal.

GREEN B. J., farmer, bds with A. N. Green, Canal.

GREEN Geo. H., traveling salesman, res s w cor Washington & Price.

GREEN J. H., telegraph operator R I depot, res 36 e Washington.

GREEN John L., gardener W. T. Hopkins, bds same, Hopkin's court.

GREEN Joseph, farmer, res e s Price, bt North and Benton.

GREEN Scott (col'd), res s w cor Liberty and Benton, up stairs.

GRIGGS Jacob, res e s Calhoun, bt Canal and River.

GRIGGS STREET, from Morris bridge west to city limits.

GRISNOLT Ashton W., works s s f co, bds Foster's resturant.

GRISWOLD Guy C., grain merchant, res s s Washington, 2 w of Price.

GROSS John, res E S. Price, bt Main and Jefferson.

GROSS J. B., carpenter, res n e cor Division and Lincoln.

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GRUNDY COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, cor Washington and Liberty. (See advt.)

GRUNDY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE, west Washington, W. A. Jordan, proprietor. (See advt.)

GRUNDY COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS, w Lisbon road, n w of Morris, adjacent to city limits.

GUBBINS E., harnessmaker Woelfel & Sparr.

GURNSEY Mrs. Eliza (wid), res with John M. Gurnsey, e Washington.

GURNSEY John M., plasterer, res s s Washington, bt Price and Spruce.

HACKETT Thomas, brickmaker, res s e cor Jackson and Price.

HAINES & RODD, saloon and billiard hall; the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars, constantly on hand. Give us a call and satisfy yourself; w s Liberty, bt Main and Jefferson.

HAINES ED. (Haines & Rodd), res w s Liberty, bt Main & Jeff'n.

HAINES Edward, bds s w cor Washington and Calhoun.

HAITZ P. (P. Haitz & Co.), w s Liberty, nr Jefferson.

HAITZ P. & Co., dealers in tobacco, cigars and confectioneries; res same.

HALEY MICHAEL, Aux Sauble stone quarry, res s s Jackson, bt Pine and Price. (See advt.)

HALEY Adam, stonemason, bds Foster's restaurant.

HALE M. B., druggist H. C. Goold, bds W. C. Hale's.

HALE W. C., auction and commission, res s s Washington, 4 e of Pine.

HALL Miss Hattie A., teacher 4th ward public school, bds 26 e Jackson, cor Kiersted.

HALL Winfield W., clerk B. F. Hall's, bds with B. F. Hall, w Jefferson, 1 w of Congregation Church.

HALL B. F., grain and com. mer., office Canal, nr Calhoun; res Jefferson, 1 w of Congregational Church.

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HALL Mrs. ___, res 26 e North, nr Pine.

HALL & FREEMAN, saloon and billiard hall, s s Washington, 3 e Wauponsee.

HALL Francis (Hall & Freeman), res 34 e Washington.

HAMLET James, works plow factory, bds Dr. Pierce's.

HAMLIN Miss Maggie, milliner, bds B. F. Hall's, w Jefferson.

HAMLIN Henry A., carpenter, res n s Washington, bt Price & Spruce.

HAMLIN Mrs. Mary A. (wid), res H. A. Hamlin's, e Washington.

HAMLIN Orrin R., carpenter Morris plow factory, res n s Canal, bt Price and Spruce.

HAMILTON John F. (H. F. Hamilton & Co.), res Franklin, 2 s of Main.

HAMILTON H. F. & Co., butcher shop e s Liberty.

HAMILTON S., coal miner, res e Canal, nr city limits.

HAMILTON H. F. (H. F. Hamilton & Co.), res cor Wash & Division.

HAMILTON Alexander, miner H. Burrell & Co.

HAMMEL David, stonecutter, bds Carson House.

HAND TRUMAN A., physician and surgeon, office and res n w cor Main and Franklin.

HAND DR. A. F., physician, office and res n w cor Main and Franklin.

HAND Oliver H., student, bds n w cor Main and Franklin.

HANDWERK Mrs. Catharine (wid), res w s Liberty, opp Buchanan.

HANDWERK Mrs. Jennie (wid), res with Jas. Horrie, 47 e Main.

HANDWERK James, salesman, bds Washington House.

HANDWERK F. B., hardware, stoves and tinware, Washington, res Liberty, opp Buchanan.

HANNA N., groceries and saloon, cor Washington and Fulton, res Nettle, opp w Main.

HANNA William, clerk N. Hanna, res with N. Hanna, Nettle.

HANNA E. B., sec. Turley collar co., Chicago, Ills., res n s Washington, 2 e of Pine.

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HANNAWAY Hugh, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

HANSEN R. H. & BROTHER, dealer in clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, trunks valises, etc., 16 Liberty. (See advt.)

HANSEN R. H., (R. H. Hansen), bds Hopkins House.

HANSEN C. H., (R. H. Hansen), bds Hopkins ltouse.

HANWAY Hugh, coal miner, res s e cor Main and Spruce.

HARDTEN John, tailor L. F. Beach's, res cor Main and Liberty, upstairs.

HARDY Henry, (Pratt & Hardy's coal mine), Lisbon st, nr city limits, res same.

HARE Miss Sarah, principal 5th ward school, bds with Wm. McFarlane, n w cor Wauponsee and Jackson.

HARRINGTON Daniel, Jr., blacksmith, bds s w cor Jackson and Spruce.

HARRINGTON Daniel, Sr., lab, res s w cor Jackson and Spruce.

HARRISON Abram, carpenter, res e s West ave, bt Fremont ave and railroad.

HARRISON M., stone cutter, bds Carson House.

HARRISON John K., carpenter, res Griggs.

HARRIS Mrs. S. W., res n e cor Benton and Fulton.

HARROD Wm., painter, res e s Liberty, 3 n of Chapin.

HASTINGS E., (Harrod & Hastings), res s w cor Jackson and Pine.

HAASS E. B., tobaccos, res Liberty, 4 n of Main, res same.

HART John, blacksmith, res n e cor Fremont ave and Oak street.

HART P., restaurant, 48 Liberty, res same.

HAYES & FLETCHER, publishers, editors and proprietors Morris Herald, issued every Friday. (See advt.)

HAYES HON. P. C., member of congress for the 7th district Illinois, and of the firm of Hayes & Fletcher, res n w cor Fremont ave and Vine.

HAYMONT J. L., farmer, res n s Benton, opp Chapin Park.

HAYMOND Mrs. M., (wid). res n e cor North and Pine.

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HAZLETON C. P., carriage painter, res s s Canal, bt Pine and Price.

HEALD J. W. D., res n w cor Jackson and Division.

HEATHER James, coal miner, res w s Division 2 s of High.

HEATHER Wm. H., coal miner, res w s Division bt Buchanan and High.

HEATH George, teamster, H. Burrell & Co.

HEBER John, cattle dealer, res s s Jefferson, 2 w of Liberty.

HEGARTY John, peddler, res Armstrong, bt Pine and Price.

HEGGEN Ole, farmer, res 1 e of cemetery.

HELMAN Mrs Eliza, carpet weaver, res e s Division, 3 n of railroad.

HELMAN James, res s s Fremont, bt Oak and Vine.

HELMAN Thomas, baker, res e s Division 3 n of railroad.

HELMEL William P., cigarmaker, bds with Jas. Helmel, Fremont ave.

HENDERSON N., stone cutter, bds Carson House.

HENDRICKS Mrs. R. (wid.), res s e cor Jefferson and East.

HENNESSEY E., lime and cement, cor Canal and Calhoun, bds Washington House.

HENNESSEY Patrick, lab, res Ottawa, nr city limits.

HENNESSEY Mrs. R. J., res with L. F. Beach, North.

HENRY William H., clerk s s f co, bds Mrs. T. A. Henry, Canal.

HENRY Mrs. T. A. (wid), res Canal, 3 e of Pine.

HEROLD GEO., Washington street meat market, n e cor Washington and Wauponsee; res cor Main and Nettle.

HICKS Mrs. G. P. (wid), res n e cor Wauponsee and North.

HIGH SCHOOL, cor Chapin and Division.

HIGH STREET, from Division west to intersection of Fulton and Lisbon.

HIGHT O. R., manufacturer of and dealer in elegant hand-made boots and shoes; having had a wide experience in Morris and elsewhere, the best of references can be given; he is prepared to give the best satisfaction at low prices, and a fit always guaranteed; n w cor Liberty and Jefferson; res same. (See advt.)

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HIGGINS Elias, lab, res n s Benton, 2 c of Pine.

HILL Leroy. Papermaker, res s s North, bt Price and Spruce.

HEINCHLIFFE Thomas, plasterer, res n s Chapin, 4 c of Liberty.

HINES Mrs. Ellen (wid), res n w cor Benton and Spruce.

HITCHCOCK B. C., dealer in wind mills, wood and iron pumps of all kinds, wood, lead and iron, gas, steam and water pipes, sprinklers and rubber hose; Washington, 2d door e express office; res cor Fremont and West aves. (See advt.)

HITCHCOCK W. D., salesman, res cor Jackson and Kiersted.

HITCHCOCK H. D., deputy county clerk, res n w cor Jackson and Kiersted.

HOCKBEIN L., shoemaker Woelfel & Sparr.

HOGE STREET, from Shabonah west to city limits.

HOHENHOUSE Wm., gardener, res e Morris, opp cemetery.

HOHL Joseph, brewer, bds with A. Baumann, Fremont ave.

HOIT C. H., contractor and builder. All work entrusted to his care will be done in a workmanlike manner. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give him a call and satisfy yourself. Shop, Liberty, nr railroad; res Wauponsee, n of railroad.

HOOLAHAN Patrick, coal miner, res Lisbon, opp fair grounds.

HOLTON John. tailor, res n w cor Liberty and Main.

HOLTZMAN H. H., book and news depot, toys and musical instruments, Liberty, stone front: res cor Washington and Spruce. (See advt.)

HOLTZMAN H. C., engineer, res s s Jefferson, bt Spruce and East.

HOUK Michael, harnessmaker Woelfel & Sparr.

HOPKINS HOUSE, cor Liberty and Main, JON BROWN, proprietor. (See advt.)

HOPKINS E. T., deputy sheriff res s s Washington, 3 e of Pine.

HOPKINS COURT, from Fremont ave north to railroad.

HOPKINS Patrick, miner H. Burrell & Co.

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HOPKINS JUDGE WM. T., attorney at law and general collection agency office, over 1st National Bank, cor Washington and Wauponsee, res n w cor Fremont ave and Hopkins court (See advt.)

HORAN Doc, lab, res Douglass, bt Pine and Price.

HORRIE James, blacksmith, wagons, shop cor Canal and Fulton; res 47 e Main.

HORRIE James A., wagon maker, bds 47 e Main.

HORRIE William, blacksmith, res 49 e Main.

HORRIE Mrs. Jane (wid). res n s Main, 2 w of Spruce.

HORRIE Malcolm, tanner, res e Chapin.

HORRIE Joseph W., blacksmith, bds 47 e Main.

HORRIE Robert C., wagon maker, bds 47 e Main.

HOWARD H. Lord, harness, s w cor Liberty and Jefferson.

HOWARD F., tonsorial artist, under J. A. Locke's, bds s e cor Jefferson and Franklin.

HOWARD Fred (Howard & Lord), res e Jefferson.

HOYT Harris, res with Horace Hoyt, Ottawa, nr Fremont ave.

HOYT HORACE, gardener and dealer in all kinds of garden produce, vegetable plants and small fruits, and everything in a firstclass garden found in his place; orders promptly attended to and goods delivered; cor Fremont ave and Ottawa.

HUBBARD H. H., druggist with J. Brown, bds Hopkins House.

HUCKBEIN L., shoemaker, res Griggs.

HUFF D. SANFORD, res e Washington, 1 e of J. W. Lawrence.

HUGHES Patrick, lab, res s w cor Benton and Pine.

HUGHES Richard (Lerette & Hughes), res n e cor Main and Franklin.

HUGHES Stephen, miner H. Burrell & Co.

HULL Samuel F., res Washington, nr postoffice.

HULL M. L., restaurant and confectionery, 24 Liberty; res same.

HULL W. B., clerk Beach's dry goods store, bds with B. B. Hull.

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HULL B. B., painter, res n s Jefferson, 1 e of Price.

HULSEY Henry, miner H. Burrell & Co.

HUMBLE William F., alderman, saloon, Liberty, opp court house; res same.

HUMER Mrs. Sarah, n e cor Canal and Fulton.

HUMPHRY D. T., coal miner, bds A. Baird's, e railroad, nr city limits.

HUMPHRY Michael E., coal miner, bds A. Baird's, e railroad.

HUNTER James D., clerk M. K. Kellers, bds same.

HUNTER Edward, drayman, bds Foster's restaurant.

HURREY Magnus M., blacksmith and wagonmaker, res n e cor Main and Spruce.

HURRY George E., lab, bds D. H. Rogers', e Main.

HUTCHINGS Thomas, farmer, res 5 e of cemetery, Saratoga tp.

HUTCHINGS John, farmer, res 2 e of cemetery.

HUTCHINGS Abraham, farmer, res 3 e of cemetery.

HUTCHINGS Mrs. Susan (wid), res 3 e of cemetery.

HYNDS Harry P., clk Murnan & Daly's, bds Canal.

HYNDS DANIEL M., salesman Reinhard, Meyer & Co., res s e cor Wauponsee and Jefferson.

HYNDS Mrs. P., res s w cor Main and Franklin.

HYNDS Martin, blacksmith, Canal, n Wauponsee; res same.

HYDE E., res s e Main and Calhoun.

HYNDS Thomas, lab, res e s Price, 1 n of Benton.

HYNDS Lawrence, lab, res Chapin, 2 e. of Kiersted.

HYSLOP Mrs. Nancy (wid), res e s Division, opp high school.

Illinois & Michigan Canal, from Chicago s w to La Salle.

IMMENSE STOCK OF GROCERIES AT MURNAN & DALY'S, next to 1st National Bank.

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IMPROVED SEWING MACHINES and fixings of all kinds at J. A. LOCKE'S. (See advt.)

IMPORTANT TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. Go to THOS. SHAW'S RESTAURANT for warm meals, and buy clothing from REINHARD, MEYER & CO.

IRONS, RIDDLE & Co., dealers in hardware, stoves, tinware and wagon work, everything found in a first-class establishment--Liberty, next door to Grundy Co. Bank. (See advt).

IRONS LEANDER, (Irons, Riddle & Co.,) res s w cor Fulton and Benton, opp Chapin Park.

JACKSON Wm., coal miner, res Kiersted, bt railroad and Lincoln.

JACKSON Elijah, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

JACKSON Mrs. Jennie, (wid) res e s Division, 2 n of railroad.

JACKSON STREET, east from LIBERTY to city limits and west from LIBERTY to NETTLE, and west from Vine to Hopkins Court.

JACOBSEN C., wks s s f co, bds Washington House.

JACOBSEN N., wks s s f co, bds Washington House.

JACOBS G. W., (col'd), barber, res s s Jefferson, bt Price and Spruce.

JEFFERSON STREET, east from Liberty to city limits and west from Liberty to intersection of Fremont and West ave.

JERVIS Joseph, carpenter, res s s Chapin, 2 e of Liberty.

JEWELL Wm. teamster, res s s Canal, bt Price and Pine.

JOHNSON George W., wks s s f co, bds Mrs. C. Johnson's, s w cor Chapin and Kiersted.

JOHNSON Mrs. Caroline, (wid), res s w cor Chapin and Kiersted.

JOHNSON Thomas, prop. Johnson's coal mine, Jackson, nr city limits, res same.

JOHNSON Mrs. Jane, (wid), res n s Jefferson, 2 w of Pine.

JOHNSON Mrs. J., (wid), res with John P. Samilson, e Canal.

JOHNSON John, gardener, res s e cor Jackson and Oak.

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JOHNSTON Eli F., confectionery and news depot, e Washington, res se cor Jackson and Fulton.

JOHNSON A. P., wks s s f co. res n s Washington, 4 w of Calhoun.

JOHNSON G., wks s s f co, res s w cor Washington and Nettle.

JOHNSON A., varnisher s s f co, bds Cottage Hotel.

JOHNSON Charles. tanner, bds C. Lunquest's, Fremont ave.

JOHNSON F., street commissioner and drayman. Goods moved to any part of the city. House moving a specialty. Res e s Division, nr depot.

JOHNSON C. W. (F. Johnson & Son), drayman, res n Liberty.

JOHNSON J. C., barber, bds City Hotel.

JOHNSON Miss Annie, dressmaker, over 32 Liberty; res same.

JOHNSON Miss M., dressmaker, over 32 Liberty; res same.

JOHNSON W. E., cigars and tobaccos, 14 Washington, res e Wash.

JONES Warren C., telegraph operator, res 16 e Washington.

JONES MRS. JESSE, proprietress Rock Island House; res same. (See advt.)

JONES Louis E., mason, res s w cor Canal and Price.

JONES & FEY, city meat market, Liberty, 3 e of Jefferson. (See advt.)

JONES GEORGE M., undertaker, res s s Main, 2 e of Franklin.

JONES JAMES B., res 12 e Main.

JONES Joseph, carpenter, bds n e cor Wauponsee and Jefferson.

JONES Henry, lab, res s w cor Liberty and Benton.

JONES WILLIAM (Jones & Fey), city treasurer, res n e cor Wauponsee and Jefferson.

JONES Frank, farmer, bds with Mrs. Sarah Jones, Liberty.

JONES Miss Emma, teacher, bds Mrs. Sarah Jones, Liberty.

JONES Mrs. Sarah, (wid), seamstress, res Liberty, bt Jefferson and Jackson.

JONES Walter, (refused information), clerk, bds Hopkins House.

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JONES & LAWRENCE, dealers in furniture, and undertakers, cor Wauponsee and Canal.

JONES Fred, W. U. telegraph operator, office in Reinhard, Meyer & Co., res Washington.

JONES J. Paul, Johnson's coal mine, bds Thomas Johnson's, e Jackson nr city limits.

JORDAN John C., clerk A. L. Jordan, res 6 e North, cor Franklin.

JORDAN A. L., agricultural implements, Liberty, opp court house, bds with W. A. Jordan.

JORDAN W. A., Grundy County agricultural warehouse, Washington, nr Fulton, res opp Chapin Park. (See advt.)

JORDAN A. R., state's attorney, office Goold's block, Liberty, res n e Jefferson and Nettle.

JORDAN Samuel, loan agent, office A. R. Jordan, res w s West ave, nr Fremont ave.

JUDSON W. H., Miller's sash and blind factory, res n e cor Lincoln and Kiersted.

JUNE F. T., president s s f co, res Oak Park, Ill.

JUNE H. C., cashier s s f co, res cor Washington and Pine.

KALCHER Charles, baker, res J. W. Simpson.

KAYE Byron H., watchmaker, bds Clifton House.

KAYE JOHN B., proprietor Clifton House, cor Washington and Franklin, res same.

KEAGAN Hugh, miner, H. Burrell & Co.

KEAGAN Patrick, miner H. Burrell & Co.

KEAN Mrs. Ann, groceries, cor Liberty & Jefferson, res Canal.

KEARNEY M. E., blacksmith, bds Pat Rogan's, cor West ave and railroad.

KEARNEY James B., lab, bds Pat Rogan's, cor West and railroad.

KEARNEY P. F., teamster, bds Pat Rogan's, nr West ave and railroad.

KEARNS Mrs. Nancy (wid), res s s North, 2 w of Wauponsee.

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KEATING Arthur, engineer, res s s North, bt Kiersted and Pine.

KEEFER George, butcher G. Herrod, res same, s c cor Main & Nettle.

KELLER M. K., groceries, Liberty, res s s Washingpon, .3 n of Price.

KELLER George A., student, res with M. K. Keller, s s Washington.

KELLY Timothy J., clerk Keller's grocery, res w Main, 2 w of Wauponsee.

KENAKA Frank, lab, bds 25 E. Jefferson.

KENAKA Mrs. Augusta, midwife, res 25 e Jefferson.

KENDALL M. M., tinner, res s e Jefferson and Price.

KENEDY Miss Mary, res s s Benton, 2 w of Pine.

KENEDY Lewis, lab Morris brewery, bds L. Gebhard's.

KENNAKA L., lab, bds with L. Gebhard, w Washington.

KENNEY Patrick, coal miner, res e Main, 2 e of Spruce.

KENNEY Lawrence. lab, bds Pat Kenney's, e Main.

KENNEY Miss M., dressmaker, res e s Liberty, bt Jefferson &Jackson.

KEENAN Timothy, works s s f co, res n s North, 1 w of 3d ward sch.

KERR WALTER L. (Rollinson & Kerr), res s s Fremont ave opp Hopkin's court.

KIEFER George, butcher with G. Herrold, bds s w cor Main & Nettle.

KIERSTED STREET, from North north to 4th ward reserve.

KIERSTED Mrs. Margaret M. (wid), res n s Kiersted, bt Benton and railroad.

KINDELSPERGER Jacob, lab, res tow path, opp McEwen's elevator.

KING Henry, blacksmith, res s s Main, 2 w of Wauponsee.

KING William, miner H. Burrell & Co.

KINKAID JAMES J., A. M., Principal Morris Classical Institute, bds Cottage Hotel. (See advt.)

KIRBY James, farmer, res e s Division, 2 n of Benton.

KIRKLAND A., sexton M. E. Church, res s s Jefferson, bt Franklin and Division.

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KNEREM Osman, harnessmaker, res n w cor Liberty and Chapin.

KNOTT Michael, meat market, w s Liberty, btMain and Jefferson, res same.

KOCH L. G., gasmaker, res Fremont ave, 2 w of Vine.

KOHNLE Joseph, Jr., carpenter s s f co, res n w cor Canal and Pine.

KOHNE Christopher, bds 18 e Main.

KUMA Mrs. Rosina (wid), res with August Burgmier, e Jackson.

KUTZ J. P., carpenter, res e Jefferson, cor Wall.

KUTZ John A., printer Herald office, res n e cor Jefferson and East.


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